devisor

[dih-vahy-zer]

Origin of devisor

1400–50; late Middle English (in general sense “one who devises”) < Anglo-French devisour (Old French deviseur). See devise, -or2
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devisor

noun
  1. property law a person who devises property, esp realty, by will
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